The retail landscape continues to evolve at an unprecedented rate, and staying abreast of new technologies is now not optional – it’s business as usual.
Yes, we’ve seen all the think pieces, we’ve written them ourselves: Robotic Process Automation is the future, RPA will be the saviour of your company, RPA: giving time and the will to live back to your employees by freeing them up from un-interesting (but necessary) processing tasks. RPA will raise your children (ok, maybe not…
Cyber is not just an IT issue, it is an issue for the whole organisation and especially for leaders. They need to genuinely know what it is they are trying to protect.
The future of our food systems holds risks, but also creates opportunities for markets and consumers to prosper when we allow technology to help create the world we need.
As a STEM student, my fascination for creating technology led me to study engineering, and my fascination for everything else that a company must do to make technology successful led me to Deloitte.
Apps tend to be most successful for processes or tasks which are completed regularly.
Over the next year we would expect the smartphone’s fingerprint reader to be used in conjunction with websites accessed by computer to authorise payments.
We appear to be moving toward a time where traditional voice calling is seen as the exception rather than the norm
Consumers want a relationship that doesn’t have money at its centre, and they now have the tools to demand this.
Smartphones have moved front and centre, across many of our relationships for better and in some cases, for worse.